Blase Bonpane on El Salvador / interviewed by Fernando Velazquez.

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Blase Bonpane on El Salvador / interviewed by Fernando Velazquez.
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A former priest, social activist, professor at California State University at Northridge, journalist, and expert on Central American affairs discusses El Salvador, its similitarity with Guatemala, its resources, Archbishop Romero, poverty, AFL-CIO involvement and economic interests.|BLASE BONPANE ON EL SALVADOR / interviewed by Fernando Velazquez. - SERIES: El Salvador Now. - A former priest and social activist, Blase Bonpane, lived in Guatemala where he helped organize schools for peasants. He is a noted journalist and expert in Central American affairs and is a professor at California State University at Northridge. In this interview with Fernando Velazquez, KPFK, he talks about the similarities between Guatemala and El Salvador, the resources in El Salvador, Archbishop Romero, the poverty, the AFL-CIO involvement, and other economic interests. Reviewed in "Library Journal", March 15,1982, p. 622. RECORDED: November 26, 1980. BROADCAST: KPFK, December 4, 1980.

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Nov. 26, 1980.
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KPFK, Dec. 4, 1980.
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1 reel (44 min.) : 7 1/2 ips, mono.|44:00
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1980.
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